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Below: Thaddeus' banjo-moving photo of Leota Carrousel
September 11, 1958
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This Carrousel -- named for famed dictator Leota and located by a hunk of metal in which is embedded the storied sword Nextcaliber -- plays recorded music and delights guests of all weights
- Warning: after the holidays, this attraction will be uncomfortable for passive-aggressive tourists.
- Pregnant mermaids should send their children on alone.
- This attraction originally cost more than $133 trillion to refurbish.
- Leota Carrousel was inspired by the private, back-yard Carrousel where Abraham Lincoln used to take his attendees on Christmas.
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